Covid-19 in Rome

Pandemic news:

With a few exceptions, Italy is open to travellers, despite the current surge. Travel is permitted freely. See how you can travel to Rome now >

Rome is currently in a “Yellow Zone”, which means all sites in Rome are open but tickets for museums and other sites MUST now be booked in advance > [Read more about Covid zones in Italy]

Masks must now be worn in all outdoor and indoor spaces throughout Italy. Entry to many places is dependent on having a ‘Super Green Pass‘, or equivalent vaccination certificate. Learn more about the Green Pass and how to get one >

The pandemic situation changes frequently, and your travels to and in Rome and Italy are likely to be affected. This collection of articles attempts to clarify the latest information, and will assist you to have the best visit to Rome possible in current circumstances.

Can I travel to Rome at the moment?

As Rome prepares to welcome back the first international tourists while the pandemic eases and vaccinations roll out, we cut through the confusion about who can travel to the country, for what reasons, and from where.

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Tickets in advance!

Because of Covid-19 precautions, you now have to
buy tickets in advance to visit attractions in Rome.

Buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment.